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PRODUCER TRADEMARK (J.J. Abrams): (Kelvin): When the Enterprise crew are ordered to abandon ship, Captain Kirk says, "Get in your Kelvin Pods!" This is a reference to Abrams' grandfather and role model, Harry Kelvin. This could also reference the U.S.S. Kelvin, as seen in Star Trek (2009), or a nod to the Kelvin Timeline, a name given to the reboot trilogy, named for the former. See more »
When Uhura talks with Krall for the first time, Uhura's hair on her left shoulder switches between takes. It is both on her back when you see Uhura talking and in the front of her body when you see her from the back. See more »
Your captain... why did you sacrifice yourself for him?
He would have done the same. And if he made it off that ship, he will come for us.
I am counting on it, Lieutenant Uhura.
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The original concept of Star Trek, millennia ago, explored the interpersonal relations of the characters, morality, chain of command and so much more. The shonky sets and pre-CGI effects did not detract from the thoughtfulness of the writing.
None of this applies in the "Beyond" disaster.
The only thing I can say in its defence is that the CGI effects are up to standard - although they are often so bang-bang-bang that they lose the plot.
It appears to me that the direction of this movie comes from the "Hello Kitty" far East mentality, where a logical plot line and exploration of the characters' motives play very much second best to infantile effects - however well they are done here..
I managed some forty minutes so the ending cannot be reviewed by me. Do yourself a favour and don't bother even with forty minutes.
I was not a great fan of most of the previous Star Trek films - they lost so much from the original TV concepts - but this one is just dire.
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